systematic sampling

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A method of choosing a random sample from among a larger population. The process of systematic sampling typically involves first selecting a fixed starting point in the larger population and then obtaining subsequent observations by using a constant interval between samples taken. Hence, if the total population was 1,000, a random systematic sampling of 100 data points within that population would involve observing every 10th data point.

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The systematic sampling engaged in by the subject matter expert was quite unique so learned a great deal from him.
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You can take a systematic sampling to try and predict how a product will play out in certain areas that you are unfamiliar with.
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I did not trust systematic sampling techniques because I always found that the person doing the sampling was hand picking the people and biasing the results.
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